Dp Ruto's UDA party has garnered majority of the seats in Kiambu parliamentary seats in the latest opinion polls conducted by Mizani Africa. The party won 8 seats while Jubilee party only received victory in three constituencies only as an independent candidate also emerged the winner in Gatundu South.
Kiambu county which has a total of twelve constituencies both Jubilee and UDA party have fielded very powerful candidates in the seats as they are keen in winning majority of the parliamentary seats as well as majority of votes.
Below is the analysis of the UDA and Jubilee party winners and their respective Constituencies in Kiambu county.
UDA Winners and their respective Constituencies
The UDA party candidates that have won in the opinion polls include; George Koimburi (Juja), Alice Ng'ang'a (Thika), Simon Ng'ang'a King'ara (Ruiru), Githua Wamacukuru (Kabete), Kimani Ichung'wah (Kikuyu), John Kiragu Chege (Limuru), Mburu Kahangara (Lari) and John Njuguna Kawanjiku of Kitambaa constituency.
Jubilee Party Winners
On the other hand Jubilee part has only won three out of 12 Parliamentary Seats and the winners with their respective Constituencies include; Ann Wanjiku Kibe (Gatundu North), Jude Njomo of Kiambu Town constituency and Gabriel Kago Wa Lydia of Githunguri.
Njigi Murigi an independent candidate from Gatundu South also emerged the winner by beating both UDA and Jubilee candidates in the race.
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